Reviews and Problems with Lucinda Green's Equestrian Challenge
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Skruffy-Doo , GameStop
19 May 2010
Summary: I love this game. It lets you choose from a wide variety of horse/rider combinations. The only thing I wish it had was a Free Mode. A mode to just ride in a changing environment with no time limits and obstacles to pass. The game is really easy to follow and easy to play though. The score tables are a nice way to keep track of which events you participated in and see if you want to go for the gold.
Summary: This is a great game. It explains everything there is to know about horseback riding. The only thing I don't like is the dressage competitions where you can't control your own horse you have to push the buttons for commands like a dance dance revolution type thing but with the remote, but I guess that's easier. My favorite part of the game though is the Show Jumping...you get to control the horse and how fast you can go!
Summary: The best horse game you can buy. Enjoyed very much, completable but still a challenge with many different difficulty levels to choose from and even when you complete it you can carry on retiring and raising new horses. Courses such as badminton and Adelaide are very fun to play because they're the same as in real life! Bought when quite young but had a play being 17 and still enjoyed it to be honest. Would recommend.
Summary: I borrowed this game of a friend as I am pony mad! The graphics of it is really good and is probably the best graphics for a horse riding game on the PS2. On Lucinda Green's equestrian challenge, I had 3 stunning horses although you can have more. If you're horse is ready for retirement, you can retire them too! The compotitions are life-like and get harder after each stage. You can compete in Dressage (Briliant!), Showjumping (Amazing!) and XC (Ace!).
Wow, the horse LOOKS like a horse and MOVES like one too!
Staring Down a Loaded Gun, amazon.co.uk
18 July 2007
Summary: I think I own most of the horse Playstation 1/2 games around, and I have to say this one is quite possibly the best. I'd give this one 5 stars for graphics, (the image on the front cover pays no credit to the in-game graphics) the horse is well-proportioned and moves appropriately. The way you create your character reminded me of the Sims, and the way you create your horse of Wild Horse Rescue (but better).
Summary: The graphics are excellent the horse is quite realistic. The jumping is better than Equestriad but controlling with the paddle stick is difficult when your not used to it. A must for anyone who loved cross country.